The skeleton body is 3d; the head and the rest were made in Photoshop.
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skeletons can be considered fleshless zombies, returning for vengeance, or by a magic spell, like the voodoo zombie. That's the case of the Gashadokuro made by the princess Taira no Minamoto. The cree Pauguk is similar, but can be considered as a friendly zombie who help the people when they lost the road in the forest, birth from the people who died by starvation. The baykok is more like the insane monsters from Evil Dead.
The ideas that wouldn't let me go.Recently, I've been having some ideas that kept piling into my mind, ideas that could honestly be well used by D&D players and more. So, as an aside, D&D players, feel free to use what I'm about to put.
Basically, some undead concepts that came to mind wouldn't stop bothering me, so I decided to type them into a document. Finally finished them to get them off my mind, in between my typical routines, which took a dang long while. And now, will post them here. Hope you all enjoy:
Skeletal undead are made of nothing but bone. Though, the types of skeletal undead can vary beyond this fact in a number of ways. Their sub-types are:
Tooled: Normal skeletons equipped with additional tools for both protection and attack. These skeletons have a knack for adaptation, sometimes even replacing limbs with tools. Having to make do due to the lack of powers compared to others beyond just reassem